Take the Vaccine or Don’t take it, but there is absolutely nothing Libertarian about not respecting the rights of individual property owners to deny access to the unvaccinated.
Every time this issue is mentioned, it’s framed as about getting the vaccine or not, and whether government has the right to mandate a vaccine.
And that’s all well and good, there’s a ton of great thought and debate to be had about the precise limits of government power and authority, and then contrasting the legal limits with what we think philosophically they ought to be.
But every anti-vaxxers I have spoken to insist on going into the properties of others. The store, the bank, the gas station, the movies, Etc.
If someone has a conditional acceptance to you being on their property, and you don’t meet that condition, you are trespassing. Full stop.
Property rights are among the most basic rights we enjoy, and generally the one most touted by libertarians as needing to be strengthened and further protected. So why do so many “Libertarians” think that just because they have the right to refuse the vaccine, it gives them the right to trespass on others and violate the measures those others have for their safety?
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society